Join the Houston office of one of Texas’ largest and most successful civil engineering firms.
As the Project Manager you will be leading a team of engineers and other civil professionals in the delivery of commercial and residential land development projects for premier clients across the greater Houston area. In addition, you will be actively involved in professional association activities, community organizations, public agency communications, and client development.
Project management responsibilities will include: preparing proposals and client agreements; estimating costs; coordinating and monitoring project tasks, budgets, and schedules; developing your project teams (technical and professional); participating in the development of company design and production standards, and delivering your projects on time and within budget.
Key candidate qualifications:
- Several years of experience managing commercial and residential land development design projects from conception to completion including projects within the greater Houston area
- Active involvement in professional associations and civic organizations in Houston
- Professional Engineer (P.E.) designation in the State of Texas (TBPE)
- Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering (ABET accredited program)
The selected candidate must have the proven ability to effectively communicate, both oral and written skills, with all level of employees in a professional organization. Must also have the ability to develop and maintain professional relationships with clients, public agency officials, and community leaders.
This is a direct-hire position with excellent compensation and company benefits including management training, bonus eligibility, profit sharing, and more. Candidates must be a US Citizen or Permanent Resident. This employer seeks a qualified professional who currently resides in the greater Houston area.
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GANE Technology, Inc. is a professional recruiting firm serving the civil engineering community in Texas.